RECIPE DAY – GINGER CINNAMON FLAVOURED WATER 

Flavoured water has been in vogue for quite some time now but somehow I have never come across any preparation that has managed to really please my taste buds. However, at a recent party I attended at my bhabi’s place she had showcased this novel idea of flavoured water in a decanter with mini shot glasses for self service. The recipe was just perfect and utterly refreshing. So naturally, I asked her to please share it with our readers.  For the information of our readers, she got this recipe from the chef while her stay at the Four Seasons Hotel, Maldives. So it is surely worth trying! Thanks so much Charu for always coming forward with your brilliant recipes!

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GINGER CINNAMON WATER

Yield : 1 jug

Ingredients

Ginger juice (1/2 shot glass or 30 ml)

Cinnamon powder (1 1/2 tsp)

Cremica ginger and honey extract (1 1/2 tbsp)

Water (1 jug)

Lemon juice (2 tsp)

Method

Take a pan and fill it with water. Add the ginger juice and cinnamon powder and bring  it to boil. Stir in the Cremica ginger and honey extract and lemon juice and refrigerate for few hours to chill. Throw in some fresh cinnamon sticks and ice cubes in the decanter and pour your chilled flavoured water into the decanter. Enlivening ginger cinnamon water is ready to serve!

This recipe is great not just as flavoured water but also as a refreshing welcome drink. The difference is that for flavoured water the flavours should be kept mild and for the drink version keep the ginger and cinnamon flavours strong. Not only is this yummy to taste, the ingredients used are full of essential vitamins and minerals.

Cheers to good health!

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